Psychological Therapist at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King’s College London
Carolina has worked on studies exploring the safety and efficacy of psychedelics in healthy volunteers and patient populations such as PTSD, depression and SUNHA. In her private practice, Carolina makes use of traditional psychotherapeutic techniques as well as mindfulness-based practices, guided imagery and psychosomatic interventions. With a relational approach to counseling and psychotherapy, her clinical work is focused on understanding and making use of the connection between trauma, transpersonal experience and psychospiritual development. Appreciating the transformative potential of psychological crisis, her work also explores trauma recovery through the use of creativity and imagination as a vehicle to integrate the experience of non-ordinary states of consciousness.